I’ve had this happen a couple of times now and the first time was a little worrying that I’d bricked my iPhone. Basically I was running an application on my phone via XCode and when rebuilding an updated version it failed with a “busy” error message. Stopping XCode and un-connecting my phone had no effect, the phone was stuck displaying the loading screen of the application and wouldn’t respond to any key commands. To fix you have to hard reboot, holding the power and home button until the phone reboots – doesn’t lose any of the data you have on your phone (a concern the first time I did it).
Recently one of our client apps began to experience customers being locked out of their subscription purchased content. The cause of the issue was traced to the other of the transactions in latest_receipt_info in the Apple Receipt
Just recently I’ve been to a few talks about Kotlin and been reading up about Android Architectural Components. I’ve also had an idea for a really basic app playing around in my mind for a while, so it seems a perfect opportunity to kill two birds with one stone. I’ve already had a play with LiveData / ViewModel, updating the Big Nerd Ranch Quiz, which went really well. For this project, I’m also going to . . .